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TELEGRAMS.
HERDER Of A COLORED FARMER.
MTAL TMMnUTIOH or A MOOTING AF
FHAT— ABKIIT OF TM MOKDEKBK AND
PH A00OMM4OM.
A special from Terre Haute. Ind., Nov. 3,
■ay*;
Between ten and eleven o'clock last night
■eeerngert arrived in this city bringing the
Mira that James H. Bundy, a wealthy col
ored farmer, living two miles south of the
ally, bad been murdered. Officers Immediate
ly started oot, and upon arriving at the
bouse found the corpse laid ont on a bed,
with the wife and several servants standing
•round weeping.
TM KCBUXB.
They state that Bandy was sitting by the
Ire dozing, about nine o'clock, when a call
was heard from the road and bo went out.
Shortly Afterward he came back, got a poker
and a shot gnu, and went ont again. Then
fi-nr shots were fired, and Bundy was beard
•ailing for help. The seivants ran ont and
ioasd him lying near the fence, and present
ly ,after suffering terribly he died.
ABBBST OF THE MtBDBREES.
Tl e officers succeeded In arresting at
tbre> o'clock this morning Tbomas Under
wood, a negro, for the murder, and Ham
ilton Montgomery and James Msys for
complicity. Underwood is badly wounded
w'tb shot, and bis version of toe affair Is
that he was not cal'ing for Bandy, and
woo d have went on had not Bundy threat
ened to shoot him If he did cot leave. Un
der* ood acknowledges to have shot at
Bandy, but not until be had been fired at
first
A corner's jury was held this morning
•ud a verdict render In accordance wttb
the foregoing statement of facts,
TWO BROTHERS FIGHT.
A serious shooting affray occurred at
Booth Granville, Washington County, N.
Y., last Thursday af ernoon, in which
Jud*>n Carpenter attempted to kill his
brotl-er Cassius, and nearly succeeded in
accomplishing his purpose. It appears
that ;.n old feud existed between the
the I r where, and that they bad not spoken
to each other for several months until that
day, when after a protracted quarrel Jnd
son drew a revolver aDd shot his brother
through the neck. A young mau named
J me. M nrv at emp'ed to quell ihe die
tor.Hhce when Jud-on d scharged tbre
•.In.'s »t him, neither o which, howevei,
»• ok effec'. Cassius C .rpi'Dier is serioosli
" jibed, bin i- is n« believed by die a'
t ai the wound wil<
n has been arrested.
Ii, |G Vrioi.l
J lie
Iv
■ e* I awii' ex 'miiia'i ,i.
i, le is a wo'iian I" in
t - can- d Ihe leeliog between
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HE.KALri NOTES.
Gitnbeita is to wed a widow of much
Op ilei.ee.
In the Boston schools men are allowed
to xci as substitutes for ladies.
Beer may not nake vor fat, but an ovtr
do-e will make yen lean -lean up agaics 1
ajmething.
Some people have softenii g of the brain,
but the world ,sufiery more from those who
have hardeniog of the heart.
The reason why Mr. Hayes loves to
have his haod shaken is that he used to
have chills and fever ia Ohio acd it makes
him think of home
Taut. Prett, of the regular army, ii en
Jou'.e from the Northwest for Hampton,
Va., with 49 Indian children, from differ
ent agencies, to be educated at the Govern
ment expense.
Hod. Samuel J. Tilden has given $250
to tl e great Catholic fair now in progress
in New Y rk, and Hon. Fernando Wood
has given $100 to the same object. The
receipts of the fair so far aggregate abou
$50,000.
Txvo convicted thieves were arraigned
for sentence in a court in Box ford, Mass.
One had stolen hens, and the other, a town
treasurer, had stolen public money, but the
former's term was made eight years, and
the Jitter's only six.
A few days ago a fisherman near Sioux
sur
City, Iowa, saw a box floating on the
face of tbe water. He secured it. and it
proved to be water-tight and contained
infant several weeks old provided wilh a
bottle of nflk and sufficient clothing lo
keep it warm- There is no clue as to how
far ihe littlg waif had sailed, or to whom
It belonged.
an
A resident of Melbourne, Australia,
oenilj received from a friend in the British
Musenm a package of peas which
takeo from the iolda in the clothing ef
Egyptian mummy, 3000 years old. On
c- iving them he placed iliem in a tumbler
of water, where in twenty four hours ihey
had swelled considerably, aud then plant
ed them in pots, where they are now grow
ing vigorously.
The German Government, in recognition
of the valuable services rendered by ihe
English Coast Guard on Ihe occasion of
tl » recent wreck of the Grosser Kurfursl,
hits presented to Captain Osborne, of the
f dkertone division a handsome Berlin
v ise, adorned with a portrait of Ihe Em*
p ror, together with gold walches for the
d vision offi er and chief boatman under
l'* n >, * n 9 a draft for $1000 lo be distribu
t 'I among tbe men of the station.
re
were
an
re
Snllerly kee|u (he be. artist 312 Mtr
let sireet.
Take your children to Sutlerlys gallery
1 e never fails.
Go to Futlerievs and get ? photographs
for 5 d oanti 813 Market street.
\. VERDICT RECEIVED WITH
APPLA.D8E.
Mabel Whitman, of Boston, accused of
complicity in poisoning her mother, in
order to wed a young physician, has been
discharged, as was also her lover. When
the Judge ordered that Mabel be dig
charged the applause waa deafening. Mabel
fainted away, and wa~ carried from the
room by H. R. Bingham, Esq-, one of ber
lawyer*. Upon comi.ig to abe cried, "Oh,
my dcat father and mother in heaven, my
prayers have been answered.
ii
SOCIETIES.
MEETING* THIS(TDBSDAT) HVBNING.
Asylum Lodge. No. 33.
Reynold's Encampment, No. 3, 3d and
4th Tuesday.
Washington Lodge, No. 1, A. r. A.., meets
Tuesday night in the McCla / build
every
Lincoln Lodge, No. 3, R.. of P., at J\. of
P, Hall, 211 Mirket street.
log
LOTTERIES.
aYAL Havana lottfry,
1819,000 drawn every 17 days.
; Prize of
1 Prize of
1 Prize of
2 Prizes ol • 10.000
111 Prizes of 15,000 each
121 Prizes of *1 000 each
82 Prizes of $500 each
821 Prizes, amounting to (Spanish) 3750,0)1
Information furclshed free. Orders
filled. Prizes cashed. 8panlsh Bank bills
and Governmentspurchased.
TAYLOR A CO., Bankers
11 Wall 8t. New York,
R
$900,001
50.000
25.000
20.000
50.000
121.000
841,000
NOTICES.
p M. O'CONNELL,
REAL ESTATE, LAW AND COL
LECTION AGENT.
OFFICE NO, 1240 S. lSTH STREET,
Near Baltimore Depot,
Cityjand County collections rf Interests,
GioUnd Rents. Mercantile Bills sn«. House
Reals promptly m?de Liens fil"d. Mort
gages lortoiosed, and all legal business will
receive prompt attention. All olulras
cashed as scan asoollectod
FUilada,
U NITED STATES OF AMERICA, DIS
TRICT OF DELAWARE, 8*.H.
WHsbkas, A Ubsl hath been filed In tb<
rilstrlct Court of the llnltel 'tates ol
America for the T !*trict or Delaware oc
the 6 h dav of October, iu the year of oni
f ord, one 'housand eight hundred aur
se. mt eight. »y B-pjimm Nields, E-q.
rrie-tor lu eralfoli F. *ban on * ■ o
uaain»t the sloop ' Petliquauscutt," hei
tacale, appare: uud uiDiture, in a cause i»
contract, civil aud m iritl im, an 4 preying
mo usual process aud m lUtiion of tin
''<mrt-. ihat al person Interested la thf
sail v a el, be' lauKIt apparel and lurui
lur- me be cited to a-swer Ihe pr eeas.
n 1 all due pr c edtugs helnr had lhai,th»
same in. bedecresdto t> sol ., aud the
pr owed, thereoi b- distribute t acc irdlui
io a.-*, iherefoie In pursua ice >f said
mo ltion ULd-rth-< seal of s id conrt t
me ii,voted and deliVere i, 1 do be re by give
no.Ice geieri.hy u io al persons has iug
• r eten 1
tn eresi tbereln lo appear nefore i he arirr
s»id et art, at he city of \V> mingtoa, or
Frida} 7 , the 8'.h day of Novembe , A. D.
1878, at 11 o'clock lu the fireuooa. tne
■tun there io auswersald l.bul to make that:
allegations In that behalf.
HENRY H. McMULIafN,
U. 8. Marshall, District o: Delaware.
Benjamin melds, Esq.,
Proctor for Libellants.
to hav, any right, Mtle or
W1NE8 AND UQU0K8.
J UMT REOK1VKD AND FOR BALE
LOTS TO SUli.
—HAMPER'S SELTZER WATER.
—CASES ANGOSTURA BITTEBb.
— do CLARET WINE.
—do LATOUR COGNAC BRANDY
PRANCIS KELLY A CO,
108 MARKET STREET.
'517-tr
JOHN F. BETZ,
Gaul's Brewery
PORTER,
ALE,
BROWN STOU1
Brewer and Dealer la
BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS
ALLOW HILL AND NFW MARK El 67.
Pblladelph'A.
J JOS'T rOBUET THE
f, K, A,
B A L,
FRIDAY Nov. 8 lh 187 R
L>
I
Tickets,
$1.00
fan the Truth Overtake a Lis.
Invest,leal on disclo-e the fact that, the
ady reparted In ihe Associated Press dls
liatches,about Aug ;0ih. ti have died In
Chicago Alter two weeks' use of some re
puted remedy for oorpu'.oioy, had not
•ufcen Allan's Anti-Kaubut had used a
preparation rut up by alesiular physician
i i Luzerne, Pa Allan's Ant I Fat Is man
u'fxcri.rou lu Buffalo. N. Y., by tho un ier
slmed. We have already soltl over too -
'"10 bottles of It. It has therefore been
tikeu by thoasaods, and xvo challenge
pro .1 tr at It has ever banned any body,
tiiiles- the reduction of obfso persons fr, iii
2-1 tr t0 pounds, leaving them healthy and
-tiecg. is considered a misfortune. Kur
thermo-e, we hereby oiler S5,i 09 reward for
ev deuce showing that It contains polson
onsor Injurious Ingredients. WeslsoofTer
f',900 If we eauuot provethat It has reduced
number of persons as staled herein, and
always without injury, r Is said a lie w ill
luttravel the trutu any time, but xve trust
bat those newspapos that have misled
the pubilo by saying that physicians at
rlbuted the lady's death to the use of
Antl-fut (which is only pntnp by us. the
term "rinll-Fal'. belDg our Irade-markl,
will currori the false luipre-slon thoyheve
aooveyed, hv publishing this refutation
BOTANIC MEDICINE CO.,
Buffalo, N. T.
-'li - Mt. * ti. '.'vi'l'i.'.-,; if
_ _ ; _ -
YOU DO WANT
AND YOU CAN OBTAIN
J.
AT THE
LOWEST
PRICES,
3JQC
N. W. COR. FIFTH AND MARKET.
Who has the laigesl and best stock of Clothing for Men's Youtn's Boys that oan In
found In tbl < cUy.
Men's working pants from
" " suits "
" basinets *• "
Men's Flo# dress from
Boy's sails
ants "
s np.
SOcts up
*>.75 ,r
"6.00 " | /' p
Children's pants from 75 cl(
$10 75 np
1.76 up.
.76 up,
MEDICAL.
WOMAN.
Be »n Immense practlco, extending through s
ieriod of years, having within that time treaic I
Zany thousand cases of those dl-ease* peculiar
to woman, I hare been enabled to pci-loci a
most poiont and 'agreeable medicine that meets
the indications pre.-ented by that o'uss of d.«
c-ases with positive certainty and exactness.
To designate this natural specific compound,
I have named it
Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
The term, however. Is but a feeble expression
of my high appreciation ol iw value, based upon
iav own personal observation. As a clo-e ob
server, I have, while witnessing its positive re
stills in the lew special diseases Incident to the
separate organism of woman, singled it uit a«
the clin-.nx cr crowning grin of ray
medical career. Oil its merits, as a posi
tive, safe, and effectual remedy for this class
ol discuses, and one that wili, at all times and
under all circumstances, act kindly and in har
mony with the laws which govern the teraale
svstem, J am willing to state my reputation as a
physician. Nay, even more, so Confident am I
that it will not disappoint
expectations of a single invalid la.lv wno uses It
for any of the ailments for which 1 recommend It,
that I offer and sell it under A POSITIVE
GUARANTEE. If a beneficial effect is not
experienced bv the time two-thirds of the con
tents of the bottle are used, I will, on return of
tho Dottle, two-thirds of the medicine having
been taken according to directions, and the case
being one tor which 1 recommend it,
money paid lor It. Had
t confidence m its virtues,
oiler It as I do under these conditions; but hav
ing witnessed its truly miraculous cures in tlion
snnds of cases, 1 feel warranted and
perfectly sale in risking both my
reputation and my money on tv
itierflg.
Ihe most sanguine
promptly
I not the
I could not
refund the
most perfect
Tin following nre among those diseases In
which mv Favorite Prescription has
worked cures, as if bv magic, aud With a cer
ptir.tv never before attained bv any medicine:
I.rucorihaa, Excessive Flowing, - Painful
Monthly Periods, Suppressions whon from un
natural eaii.es, Irregularities, Weal; Back, Pro
lapsus, or falling of tlie Uterus. Antever.-ton and
. totrovorsiiin, Bearing Down Sensations, Inter
tl Rent, Nervous Depression, Debilitv, Des.
imleucv, Threatened Miscarriage, Chroma
ingestion, tnfiamniation and Ulceration of tho
b'tcrus. Iinpotency, BaiTenness, or Sterility, Fe
male Weakness, and very many other chronic
disease, incident to woman not mentioned here
It, all aflbetions of this nature,'my Favorite
Prescription works cures —the marvel of
the world. This medicine Ido not extol as a
cure-all, but it admirably fulfills a single
neat* of purpose, being a most perfect
specific in ail chronic diseases of the sexual sys
tem of woman. It will not disappoint,
it do harm, in any state or condition,
Tho»e who dostre further information on
these subjects can obtain it In The Peopi.e s
Common Sense Medical Adviser, a book
of over 900 pages, sent, post-paid,
>t $1.50. It treats minutely of those disease!
leculiar to Females, and gives much valuable
idvice in regard to the management of those
affections.
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FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION SOLD
<11 ALL DRUGGISTS.
U PIERCE, iDqProp'r,
BUFFALO, X. J,
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k\etees
tsffeatvYe
.eWets
ST
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SIZE
OF
PELLETS.)
309
9 0 0
Or Sngar-Coated, Concentrated, Root
and Herbal Juice, Antl«Bllieus
Granules. THE "LITTLE GIANT'
CATHARTIC, or laultam in Parvo
Physic.
I
The novelty of modern Medical, Chemical, and
Pharmaceutical Science. No use ot anv longer
taking the large, repulsive, and nauseous pUU,
composed of cheap, crude, and bulky infriedi
ents, xvhen xre can, by a careful applicaiwn <i
chemical science, extract all the cathartic an.
o'her medicinal properties from the moat valu
able roots and herbs, and concentrate hem Into
n minute Granule, scat cely larger than a
mu-tard seed, Uiatcan lie readily iwalloxvcd
by Uioso of the most sensitive stomachs and fas
tidious tastes. Each little Purgative Pellet
represents, In a most concentrated tom, as much
cathartic poxver as le embodied In any of the
large pills found for sale In drug-shops. From
their xvonderful cathartic power, In comparison
lo their size, people who liave not tried them are
apt to snppose that they are harsh or drastic In
effect: qut such ia not at all the case, the different
active medicinal principles of which thev are
composed being so harmonized and modified,
one ty the others, as to produce a most
searching and thorough, vet gently
and kindly operating, catharMo.
$500 Reward is hereby offered hv the pro
.
prietor of Uiese I'elleu, to any chemist who,
upon analysis, will find In them any coin iei or
olher forms of maroury, mineral poison, or in
jurious drug.
Being entirely vegetable, no particular
carols required xvl.ilo using them. Theyoper
ato xvlthout disturbance to Ofie constitution, diet,
;u- oocuuution. For Jaundice, Headaebe,
Constipation, impure Blood, Pain
hi the Shoulders, Tightiicas ot tho
rilie-t, liiuiueas, Sour Eructations
front the stomach, Bad tans to the
nii,utli. Bilious attacks, I'alu lu re
& lon of Kldui-y-, lull rnul Fever,
iloatcd feeling uhout sfomach.Buqh
off. Blood to Head, tflgh-colored
Urine, Uusoc-lubility aud Gloomy
Forcbodtuga, hike Dr. Plerco's Fleas,
aid Purgative Pellets. In explanation of
the remedial poxver of mv Purgative Pellets
over so great a variety of diseases, I wish to sav
that their action upon the animal
economy la universal, not a gland or
!i»*ue escaping their sauaUve Im.
press. Age does not impair the properties ot
these Pellets. They are sugar-coated and in
closed in glass bottles, their virtues being there
by preserved unimpaired for Any length of lime,
in any climate, so that they are ulwavs fiesh
and reliable. This is not the case with ttose
pills which are put up In cheap wooden or
pasteboard boxes. Recollect that for all dis
eases where a Laxative, Alterative, o.
a'urgative, is indicated, these little
xvill give the most perfect satisfaction to
Use them.
They are sold by all Drufgista nt
23 cent* a bottle.
Pei leu
all who
i> 7, KEEOE, 11. fi., frop'r,
j ro jKAJUA E.r
W-'H
SHERIFF'S 8ALE8
gHERIFF SALE,
By virtue of a writ of Pins ' evari Faelae to
me directed, will be exp-eel In Publ ct-ale
at he Lafayette Hotel 811 Ftlpley sireet,
L 'l« by John J. Dougheriy, in the city o!
flmingtofi, NewCe»l.le to.mty, Del, on
8S1URDAY, the 16th day of November, A
D., 1878, at 2 o'clock p: m.
The follow!og discrlbed lea estate viz;
All that certain .'ot piece or pa>o"l of laud
s tUale In the city of Wlltniugtou a'Ore
sald, bounded and I'escribtd a« follows, to
wit! Begiinilr* nt a point In tho fasteilx
side of Spin:*:/Diet bfetweAft Etvhtb anil
Taj lor sirei la at me distance of 51 feet 3
lrches Iran the northerly side of Eighth
street at n line ol lauds of the estate ot
Samuel McOaul'ey.tlei eased, numbered on
the plot of 103 lots sold February 4th 18 8. as
88,89 ana 90, thence with a line of sain land
easterly parallel wlib Eighth sireet 80 leet
to a line of lai d told and c-divex etl tu.Sam>
uel W. McCaulley, (hence no therly aloag
a Itn- ofSarouel W. Me auilev aud 1-nd
of Joseph Laffeity parallel with Spruce
► treet 51 feet to a s-ake lu a line of land
sold to Jacob -. Weiulu, thence with the
same westerly parallel with 8th 80
the aforesaid side of Spruce; street, and
thence therewith souther) v tl Ret lo the
place of begin nine, be the contents thereof
what they msv.
Also all that certain lot of land situated
In the said city of Wilmington, bounded
and described as follows to wit: Begin
ning at the tasierly sire of Kirkwood
street between Ri venlh and Li'lith street
at the distance of 111 feet from the south
erly slue of Kignlh street, thence easterly
hud parallel to Eighth et eeidifi-el filucneh
to a corner i hence northerly aud parallel
to Klr» wood street 81 Let to a corner,
thence westerly and paiallel to the first
mentioned line and kigmh street <5 feet
5 1-4 Inches to the aforesaid easterly side
of Kirkwood street, and thence therebe
southerly 31 to the place of beginning be the
contents thereof wbatthey may,
seized and.taken in execution as the
property of Solomon J. Horn, and George
.Leonard, George H. Johnson, t ctei D
Col 1 Ins and fc\ Leper, t. t,'s, and to be void
ke
V,
feet to
by
ISAAC GRUBB. Sheriff.
Shdrfff s Office New Castle Oct, 16 1878.
(^HERIFF MALE.
By virtue of a xvrlt of Levari Facias to
me d rect d, will he expueen to Public
rale, at .he Lsfayelte Hotel,841 Shlplev st.
8*pt by Johu J. Douglxeity, In tne City of
Wl mlngion. New Caslle coualy, Del., on
SATURDAY, tlw 16 day cf November, A*
D. ICTs, nr_2 o < lock p. n:.
fi Le following described real e tate viz;
Ail l) at c rUinlm or pircel of land sit
uaie lu fte city of W.lxlngmn a.oresaid,
b urd-d and described as loili.ws, to wo;
Hr ginning at a point on Ihe nor hwesteily
Ide of Jack soo , treet at the dstam e ot J60
ietl sou bwesterly from the fouitiweiterly
►1 le cf ohrilcr' SB avenue, lhence north
west rly para.lel with i-hallcross ave iu
18l eet 6 inches to a corner, lhe.ee eouili*
westerly parallel with Jackaoa sireet 50
Iph in s corner ef Jacob S. Weldln's laud
andihfluc sonlheasli-rly by lice of said
Weldiu's land parallel with Gl'fiu avenue
'('4!>et 6 1 the. Io ice afortsa d side of
Jar-kion street, anJ tbeneetherebv nctl
• art rly 50 feet to the place of beginning
b • thecontenls ihereef what toex may.
"•elzed aod taken art the property ol
1 homos Y. DeNorniandie,surviving mort
g. gcr, acd 1.1., acd to be sold by
ISAAo GRUBB, Sheriff.
MteriflTs OflSce, New Castle, October 28,
1678.
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MTaTE OF LOUISIANA,
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STATE OF INDT8NA
KTA7K OF GEORGIA,
Sail Woolly
BETWEEN
New York & Belfast,
Glasaow & Liverpool,
Ihe shortest, safest and most expedltlou>
route tuali pr.ims in
GEEAT BRllAK IRELAND.
THE CONTINENT
THKOUGH TICKETS ISPUED AT LOW
E8T RATFM.
AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO.,
GENERAL AGENTS,
72 Broadway, New York.
GEO.IO'BWBKE At CO., Agl's,
¥Lf Y STREET,
Wllmlu toi Dej,
Enterprise and, Wiliam
Penn Coal
VBLIVhKHn IB TOVK CELLAR.
WOOD BY THE CORD OR CARGO.
Pov her a'towssen r
P'.lG.t.' OF FOLITH STREET,
No, S AUmonit',
maylA-tf
v'
SHERIFFS SALES
gHE RIFF'S
By virtue of a wrltfof -Vend tionl Kxpo
tia.8 to me dlreettd, will be ex, ostd lo
Habile Hale at the Tiifsyeite I'ota 1 . No
-lilpley street, kedtbjchnj Dough rty
In the eity of Wltnilngt.u, New Castle
' 'ounty Del., on
WEDNESDAY the 0th day of November,
1878,at 2 o c one. p. in
The following de« rlbed r<ai e fete, v'z:
Beginning at a poti.r on tie w. atari i hide
of Tatnall street,, trim dl.tsnce of 81 feel
Irorn the no tberly ride of Vt nt streei,
thence westerly along the Hue of 1 mil ol
J. P. HeWiuai Aud paralnl wlin Front
stieet, 01 la t los Un «i mud of <j. Q aits,
thence northerly along Ihe 1. e <f sild
Gratis land end parallel With Taluati
street, 11 lest to a line of laud belo.giug
le the helis t f May fliley, deceased, ilteoce
easterly parallel with f ront sireet, 61 eel
to the westerly silo or Tatnall street
thence southerly along sal.i w.steriy side
ol i'atuall street, 1. feet to the place of le
ginning, bethe contents t erect tune or
less
eeized end taken in execntlna as the
properly ol Samuel Barr, and to bx sold by
JISAAC GRUBB. Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, haw Ctsl e, October 17,
1878.
SALS.
gHERiKF'S SALF,
By vlr «e of a wilt of 1 .tvari Facias tome
directed, will be exposed lo Public > ale,
atl e Hotel of Win. B/ Ford, at Kirkwood,
in Pencader Hundred, New Castle County
Del., on
TUESDAY, the 12th day of November, A.
D., 1878, at 2 0'ciock, p, m„
7 he following describee rea estate viz:
All that certalu mi'm tr tract ot land sit
uate ly iug aud being lu Pencader Hundred
County oi New Castle and Btate of Dela
ware particulariy bounced and described
as follows to wit: Beginning at a large
Macs oak tree corner of Outen D. Jrsier
uuu William B. fttlhu li'M land, and run
ning theuCc with the lands of said Ca'houn
south »7 3-10 degrees West 280 7-i0 perches io
a 8'i-ne in tantweil Clark's )l f, thence
wi lt Ula line south 1-1 degrees east 3i 8-iti
perches to a s'one iu Joseph Shop's line,
i hence with his and William I. Hurl oak's
land, norms 1 4 degrees ea»l,71 perenes to
a alone, and soutn 82 degrees east 130
parches to a stone, u c ruer for David D.
Ward's lan 1, tnenca with his lan.i south
degrees east 65 2-10 perches to a stone, a
comer of George W, Walker s lanu, thence
wltn bis laud north T-1 4 degrees east 58 6-10
perches to a st me in a private roadr thence
with the said road due north 18 perches te
a stone, a corner of John McCormick's
land, thence with his land north 40 3-1 de
degrees west 26 8-10 perches to a stone,
thence noith 43 1 4 degrees east 3S 7-JO
p.rchestoa stone and parsimoa stump,
hence south 8! 8-i degrees 4 7 i0 perobes to
u stone cone ■ ol the land ol the Rev. Wil
liam Williams, deceaved, thence north 1
degrees west 93 7-10 perches to the place of
beginning, containing one nundred and
foriy-e.gtil acres, more or ,tu, with aframt
heuse and other out-bulldlugs,
rsized and taken In execution as the
of A Ilham Kirkley and barah J.
Klikley, hU wife, and 1.1. and to he sold
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by
145 AC GRUBB, hhcrlflT.
Sheriff's Offloe, New i astie, October 17, '78
HERIFF BALE,
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias to me
directed, Will he exposed io Public Male at
!L» Hoielof William B.Ford,at Kirkwood,
lu Peucader Hundred, New i astie county
Del. on
iUEMDAY.the 121 It day of f ovembor, a.
Di 1878, at 2 o'clock p. m.
'the following ueseribtd real estate viz:
Ail thatceit-ii. lot or piece if Jan-i sit
natelu the town of St Geo-'gCi on ihe
south side cf the roi l leading from ht.
Georges to Delaware City, bi.uudi d and de.
scribed i-S iollowv lo wit: Beginning al a
stake anc corner for a lot of •
Garmon, and 43i feet from ihs Junction ol
the Si. Ge Ages and De aware Ci'J' r.<ad
with tlie rides a Road running t er.ee
with the raid 1 ne south 42 3 40 eas 130 feei
to a staae In laud for merly of Henry L.
Becba dand then-e north 47 3-12 ea t ft
leet to a "-tulie then e north 42 riiwe'tlfO
le-t toast kalns uth side of the afore
said rout ibence wltu t ie said io d tonth
7 3-40 west 50 feet to Ihe place oi beginning
■on'lliiiinaseveil tbonsaud fixe hundren
quareftel more or le t, with a frame
In u-e and frame stiblmg tLOieon cr*cte
Seized and taken in (xecuiirn as he
property of Phillip R« ddeu deceas'd, and
t'abel'H ReddeD i urvlvmg mortgagor of
Phillip f.edden deceis- d, and t. r,.
(Tbom-s H. Gould Amur, of Phillip Red
den decestd, Ac.) and to herold by
ISAAC GRUBB Sheriff.
Sheriff's office New C astie, riot. 17, 1878.
s
2
i
^HERIFF'MSALE
by virtue of a xviit of Leva'i Facias to
me directed, w il be exposed to Public J ak
at the Lsfaxette Hotel No 841 shipley
street Vcpt b> John J. Dougherty I
eity of WilmiDglou New Castle x
Dei., on
WEDNESDAY, thefith day of November,
in the
ounty,
i
A. D. 1878, at 2 o'clock p m.
Tbe following described real eri rie viz:
vll that certain lot of piece of laud xv.tha
brick hon e the <oo elected situate lu
Wafhlugtou Vi lage • hristlana Hundred,
rtate of i el noxv in hcclty of Wilmington
bound'd and describe J ao foil, ws to wit;
-'eginrilng at a poll t on ihe southerly aide
oftheKennetTuiDpiae Roan 40 It. west,
ot tbe vets de of Riddle H at 60 ft. wide
mil runningtbtnee by the .-aid side ol
lump ke westerly 18 it. to a corner stake
them e by a t.-w t.ncp .rullel with Riddle
st. southerly 80f to another corner and
•hence eaa: wardly parallel with tne Hist
mentioned iln»- of Kennel Turnpike Road
i8ftto another comer land llitucenorlheily
30ft. l-i the place of beiL nlu-t containing
4 0 square ftel moreor lesx, Book B. Vo!. 7
'
All that (tr ain lot cr pDce ol
and adjolr lug lot No. 1 b( traded and de
sciibei ant'd lows lo wit. beginning at i
point ou the southerly s- :e of Lennel
furnp i e Hoad 40 f;. west oi the w.-sierlj
side ot Rind e i t at 50 it, xv.i'e and runnli ir
ibence by ibe sala ride oflp-iplke xven
erly 18 it. to a loruerstase nortnerlj- and
arailei wilh Hiddlect.o6 fi.
o a stake lhence in an easterly direction
7 ft. more or less to a stake »nd ti-.enc-
sou hariy and parallel with Itiddlest. S3
ft. o in. more or tos lo the p i ce of btglu
u Eg be the contents tbeieci what they
max.
Me zed and taken lu exeeutli n as the
t lopeity ol Rob,rt Lee, and Agues his
wllasn 1 t.t. and io be toi i by
ISA VC GRUB ", Sheriff
Sheriff's office New i astie Get. 17, >878.
mo e r e s
Black and Fancy
Silks.
We are now offering an elegant line of
Black ^iJk* i
From 62H ots. to 82:25
FANCY STRIPE SILKS
of the most durable colors and beat sh-ia.
at 6sX rents and upwards GOriD, al.
WuuL BLACK C\8H MERE, at5bceuri
and upwards BLACK AND COLORED
kLAPACAS, of the newest shades at very
low prices. Bargains In HOSIERY
GLOVES, do. KID GLOVv3 (ovo TV pal!
pal r warran t ed) very cheap.
Buyers may rely up, n getting trie tec
gtodsat the lowest prices at
oumawa,
210 MARKET n.
nwkrtO-ly
SHERIFF SALES.
SHERIFF'S MALB
By a writ of Venditioni Expolms to m*
directed wilt be exposed to Public isle me
the Lafayette Hotel, no. 841 Ship ley Vt%«
<*|it by Johu J. Jjo-jffhe.'ly in ihn pi*» r
Wnii'ington.NewCastie County Delias
SATURDAY (he i6th day ol Nevtmbsr
D , lc78. at 2 o oleex p. tn. '
J be fallowing dfscrlbid real ebtate viz
All the light title estate and Interest W
William oreen, being theequm „ndivt d m
o je talri part of all tnat certain lot ,r
ia daBuaiH.1 inthecity of Wllmlngtoa*
>ew Castle Onuoty. Delaware, bounded u'
foliowr; Beginning at a p dnt on the east*
erly slue »f Shipley street between ,Mt '
uud aud 1 bird streets at a
late of Bte.heQ
at
btc
cirner of Ians
„ , ,, «. Southard, now nf
Charles Ure-n and William \VU«oa r,° f
thence alone ihe said lai d, easterly 41 ii,'
iliiicc *< ulherly p.m Ul toShlple, ,
no e, theicd westerly para.let to Third
are t 4 > feet o the aforesaid s de of
Ify stieet aud hence aloDg said -Ida
-aid street northerly 20 leet lo the place
beginning,
Seised sn ' taken In execution u
property ol William Green, and to be
ISAAC GRUBP, Sheriff
Sheriff's Office New Castle. Oc'. 23. lsjg.
gHERlFF'd BALK. ~ " '
11/ virtue of a writ of Levari Faeias to
me directed, will be exposed to publ'osa »
at the La ayettr Hotel, 841 Shlpiey street
kept by John J Dougherty In be city of
VU.mlagton, New Castle county, DC
er
of
as lire
S0.fi
OB
WEDNESDAY, tile i"!> flay of '>'ovemliM
A. D. 1378, at 2 o'cli c-, ■■ ... '
The following described riuitstaic viz
All ttal certain lot or piece of land ritua'le
in Dec ty ot W1 mirgiou, having s two
story brick dwrilnu ilnre-n vrected
bounded and described ;.s fo.lows to wli •
Begi nlug a- the no therly side of I-ront
sireet. at the dislan.e of 177 feet wtsterly
fruin the weslerly side of \ an Bureu street
al a corner of Jac jb slnnex's laud, thence
lher by northerly paialiel to Van Buren
s rtef., 00 feet to the souffierlv side of a
3 1 2feetwidealtey.theuoethereby westerly
nrallel to Flout street, 16 1 et io
hence sou herlv p.riliei io ttarii
60 feet lo 1 he side of Fro 11 sti eel a
stake
nsir.et
, . , oresald
nod thence the-eby eisteriy 16 feet tome
place of beginning, be the contents thereof
wnat it may.
Seized a d taken la execution as the
property of kllga Hinds and Mary Harris
uud terra tenants aud tube ao d by
ISA All GRUBB, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office. New Castle, October 17, [878
octl7.
gHFRlFF'B S ALE
By virtue of writ of Levari Fa h* to me
•led, will be expose ' to Public Hale at
Lafayette Hotel 84; Shipley etreetxepi
oj Johu J. Dongherly lo the city of Wil
mington, New Castle Comity, Del. on
Jit
he I
WEDNESDAY, the 6th daycf N">vemb«r,
A, D. 1378, at 2 o'clock r, m.
1 he following described rail estate viz.
All that certain lot or piece of land wrin
the buildings tdcrcoj er.cted situate lo
the chy of Wilmington hunud m aid de
scribed as follow, to wif. Bsglnnlugatihe
iuterssction of ihe northurly side of 16th
Sr., wilh thenorthwckt'.r'y side o! Rsll
rond Avenue (at 3fi ft. W'df) iheucs west
erly aloDg sa d side of iGih *t, 28iit. to a
siake, thf nee ii irther.j parallel wiih Ciav
moot st,, by a new line dividing this
■ other la' il of ihe said 8 van i'. 8tot
► enbur- 238ft '.oilie soulhwe.teriysid.eof
Vandever Axe uc, mence alcnf tre salt!
side ofVandever .lie iuasoutheaalerlydl
iect on 354 it. 0 lu. to a stake In toe middle
of the Mash io id, ihsnoe by said road
8 »ith 14 degrees and 3) minutes west ?f
ft. aud one nalfluch to the north we terly
side of s*td Railroad Axevue, tben.y
somh westerly 16011'io in to the plaw z
beglnn ng be the coi-.te-.tB lb reof u A
rucy may. The 1 nprovements then Ji
eyn Istoi a large btlck machine shop lor
i be mad 1 facture of bnl's and nu's c., in
the b acksmlth shop, ei.g ne and boiler
Druse, offl e and stoic room at.iac ied, to
ge her xvii h railroad sidling s ah:e , *01U
»pd olher buildings ihereon.
8e,z-d aad aish !a execflon «s tte
proper'yi f Evan C. M tsunbu gaud Mary
L. his wi e, aird Jo>» ph <'. Rowland and
susan bis wife, aod JI ih in n Sttits-nburg
and n.lien J. his wife and t t. 's, acd to bo
sild by
iro
ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff
Sheriff's (ffleo New Castle, Oct 17 1871
HERIFF MALE.
By virtue o'a Writ of Vendl i -ni Expo
nas to m directed, will be exposed lo Pub*
llo wale at the Lafayette Hotel, No. 8U
pley sireet. kept by Johu J Diraghiny
he City ot Wilmington, New 0>U»
County, Del-, on
WEDNESDAY, the 6 h day of November
1878, at 2 o'clo K, p. m.
The following described real estate, vis
No- 1. Ail that certain lot. rlece or par
cel of land siluate.i In the city ot Wilmlng"
ton, N. w Caxt e oonniy and estate "f Dela
ware, bouuded and described as .olloxvs to
wit. Beginning at a point on the westerly
side of nruoine sireet at the dlstanco of 61
feet sou the'ly In m Ihe scuthcrly tideof
Mlxth street at a corner of land of Hi
Nich las, thence westerly parallel wltn'
'lxih slrest 140 feet to a corner, lhence*
-ou heriy paral e. with Broome s reet 6}
feet, to a earner thence easterly pirallei
xvlth Mlxth street 140 leet to tee aioresiifi
side of Broome street, and thence tlieretiy
iiorilieriy 01 feet to 'lie pi coof begi
be the contents within said bounds wnat it
may.
i>0.2. All that ceitttln .ot,piece or r »f"
cel ot lend, situate lu Christiana liundreth
county anUMtate aloresaid, b unded.snfi
described as follows, to wit; BeginulDK
a ttaaeou the non heriy aide of I' i 0U '' I "
sticeiexteodod.ofStfeetd Inches wide Be
tween fiawley and Webb streets at Ihe fi-' -
tanceof 7o leet xveet rly from the wesi
rl.v sluest Haxxley street a- 70 Ret wifiei
thence uortneily paiallel with BawFr
siree-,117 ee « inches to a stake, tfiei os
weste-ny paral el xvlih I-\),irth street 60 l»'
toBin.tncr stake thence sontheily P ar ""
lei wltuHawloy street D7 led 6 Indies to
tho aforesaid side of Fourth sireet, k"®
tl coco 11 ereby easterly 50 feet to the
01 beglonlug, be the contents thereof wli» l
they may. ,. h
no. 3. All that certain lot of la ud ,.
atureestoiy brick dwelling bou e there
on, st uatelii ihe'ii'd city i fW| min. to •
bounde- andde crjicd as loliows io « .
Begl nlng,.t I r l ■ TlI|"1 ly lido o' 1 ' 11 '
street betxvcen Jefferson aud M all ;L
s'l-e-'s st t. o dlsiance ofll8feet from >a
westerly side of J- ffV-rsoD sue t st die c .
U-e oi the parly xvall betwee i this aefi
adjointDg prem sc* on 'he ca t, then n r
any tlir..i,gti the centre of said wal I*™
;e! to leffers u stieet 100 f eot t > the foiu
eriy ild <-f Jeffe ron Psrp, thence xx-n-tj' J
along said park parallel to 1'IRU fcn e ® ,i t ,i
feet t« a comer, thence sottmerly r a ". „
to Jeflerstxn street thrnu h the cenire oi
2 feet wide a' by between this and the j
joining premises on tne west 190 feel 'o'
aforesaid side oi Fifth st-e.-t and lh e "'
thereby easterly '8 It et to the plarc ol
ginning, be tbe contents bereot wh»t 10 '
may
sezeda->d aken in execu Ion a»
i ropertycfsamuel K, Ball, and to be
by ' ISAAC GRUB B,Sheri®
s
Mb I
i
Ii I
the
60-tl
17th,
Sheriff's Office New Cast's, October
1878
U C'LJT' business ones'
D rjtS 1 8.5 to til 'per day made by
worker ofeithei s.x, right It tnelr owjjj
alitieti. Particulars anuismple a tne
free. Improve yonr spare time to( ^
bWsluetS.'AddriMS crawoil A 00,» ?° n
Maine
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